Effect of rotary instrumentation and of the association of calcium hydroxide and chlorhexidine on the antisepsis of the root canal system in dogs.

@article{Soares2006EffectOR,
  title={Effect of rotary instrumentation and of the association of calcium hydroxide and chlorhexidine on the antisepsis of the root canal system in dogs.},
  author={Janir Alves Soares and M{\'a}rio Roberto Leonardo and L{\'e}a Assed Bezerra da Silva and M{\'a}rio Tanomaru Filho and Izabel Yoko Ito},
  journal={Brazilian oral research},
  year={2006},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={120-6}
}
This study aimed at evaluating the antisepsis of the root canal system (RCS) and periapical region (PR) provided by rotary instrumentation associated with chlorhexidine + calcium hydroxide as intracanal medicament. Chronic periapical lesions were induced in 26 pre-molar roots in two dogs. After microbiological sampling, automatic instrumentation using the Profile system and irrigation with 5.25% sodium hypochlorite solution, with a final rinse of 14.3% EDTA followed by profuse irrigation with… CONTINUE READING

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